They told us that the field we studied didn’t matter. As long as we earned our bachelor’s degree, they said, we’d be economically secure. They hinted that trade schools, which taught practical skills, conflicted with our high social status. They were the media, and we believed them. We anticipated employers to echo the lies the media blared onto the public but in the end, we discovered that we weren’t as great as we were told. This higher education sham parallels the feminist lie, which promises you the entire world. The feminists unrealistically expected a husband who cooks and cleans and earns significantly more money. The feminists unrealistically expected children who are happy with their moms being unavailable due to their illustrious, high status, high paying, and highly rewarding career. They thought they could have it all, along with red carpet, a gold crown for the queen and an immaculate throne tidied up, of course, by their docile man servant. Our teachers and our parents might have been oblivious to how the real world works. If that was the case, it was only a barrage of unintentional lies. Regarding the irresponsible media, promoting the university degree as a cure all for economic woes leads one to believe that they’re in on the racket. The media pundits lied about education, and the public should have lost faith in their credibility ages ago.
As long as foreign leaders open their borders for business, civilian suffering means nothing to the United States government. Civilians will only matter if their leader defies multinational business interests. This truth is palpable, but the media still inculcates lies that contradict this. They claim that the American government cares about our right to life and liberty. Propaganda manipulates us to make war with these leaders uncooperative with international business. Showing death and destruction emotionally compels the uninformed to liberate the foreign people, but humanitarian goals are never the reasons why America goes to war. Similar to her allies, Israel and the United Kingdom, American media builds up a public relations image of caring about human rights and equal representation under the law. In reality, she is held hostage to an internationalist cabal. They are wealthy financiers of drug and weapons trafficking, war over profit and resources, and the brutal squeeze of the poor around the globe to maximize profit. In 1990, the media peddled us lies that Saddam Hussein’s soldiers threw babies out of incubators while invading Kuwait. Thirteen years later, they lied about Iraq possessing weapons of mass destruction. As of 2017, the media is again pushing the same idea, previously used four years prior, that Bashar al-Assad terrorizes his own people using chemical weapons. This chemical weapons story appears to be yet another ruse. America and her official voice, the media, could not care less about human suffering. America and her media only thinks in terms of economic domination, resource management, and maintaining, expanding, and justifying the international elitists’ reign of terror.
Sheeple think they’ve got it all figured out. They overestimate the power of their fragile, understimulated minds, and it’s no wonder sheeple allow emotions to guide their decision making. Why trek the frightening tundra of consciousness when you can permit your mind to freeze over, forfeiting any self-discovery, forfeiting any chance at a rational mind? Instead of going within, sheeple welcome their psychological programming. They shed the burden of courage and introspection. The light waves penetrating their pupils and the audio waves assaulting their ears instruct them on what to think, what to say, and what to do. The media encodes useless opinions into their brains and convinces them that the opinions are their own. Sheeple are predictable. Their response to stimuli is akin to an animal. The media pounded its cacophonous sermon into their heads, and the deplorable sheeple cried, “Amen.” The unholy tenets consist of decorating your body and possessions to feel “unique,” distancing yourself from the ones who suffer to feel “safe,” and selling your soul to feel “approved of.” Modern civilization prepares sheeple for the completion of the dehumanized hive. Why else are they systematically reduced to fumbling, instinctual animals? Why else is the feminine, docile man promoted and the rebellious, self-sufficient man under attack? The wealthiest among us judge us by how committed we are in serving the wealthy. Sheeple serve their tyrants and call it an extraordinary privilege.
People aren’t idols. Our legends, which usually aren’t remotely close to reality, remind us that people are not idols. When we haven’t had direct experience with people in the flesh, all of our knowledge about them arrived to us by proxy, thus any incoming indirect information is vulnerable to manipulation. However, our own perception may beguile us. As with many dysfunctional families, we can spend an exorbitant amount of time with people and never know what images or thoughts stir, rattle, and occupy their minds. Let’s keep in mind this lack of experiential knowledge and the limitations of language when we presuppose someone is pure evil or incorrigibly flawed. More importantly, let’s challenge our idea that someone might be immaculately good. Icons fawned over by the media aren’t worth the deification they receive. This blind praise of false messiahs not only has roots in ignorance but in lack of self-understanding, and I’d venture to say that those who lack self-awareness are the ones who smack their lips about our “heroes” and our “villains” who dominate the world’s headlines.